7/28/2009 Scott Johnson's Father passes
In January I noted that Mr. Johnson, Scottís Dad, was again facing a battle with cancer. I just learned that he lost his battle today and has passed away. Iím sure you all join
. . .
2/25/2009 A death in the Family
Classmates, Kara Watkins and her family suffered the loss of her husband in the plane crash in Buffalo. Keep Kara and her kids in your thoughts as they move forward and try to adjust.
. . .
10/31/2008 Grandfather, WOW!
Congrats Mr. Oxley on your first grandchild, we hope Mommy and baby are doing well.
. . .
After leaving IU, I went to work in Nashville, TN for Doubletree Hotels. From there I moved to Knoxville, TN and worked in consulting for eight years. Wanting to get back up North, I moved to Chicago in 1997 and worked in Sales and Marketing for a Corrugated Packaging Company.
With very little luck in the South meeting the right man, I was here only two months and met the love of my life at the Old St. Pat's block party in downtown Chicago. (The party is well known in the city and has a great legacy of matches being made along with many beers being consumed.) Ted and I were married in 1999 and have been blessed with three wonderful boys. Ted is an owner of a small company (Arid Technologies) and I work for him when time allows. Our boys keep us busy and I am so thankful to be able to stay home with them.
Family News Summary
Enter your Family News Item choosing from our pre-defined categories:
Anniversary, Award, Birth, Death, Diagnosis, Engagement, Graduation,
Lottery, Retirement, Vacation, Wedding, Other.
This class reunion website is a complementary
addition to your existing alumni resources. It is a product of
Classreport, Inc. and may not be affiliated with Clay High School or its alumni association.
Does your High School Class have a full-featured Alumni Website?Start One Now!
(Or start one for your Mother, Father, Sister,
Brother, Spouse, Son, Daughter, Friend . . .)
"Your website has been awesome to work with. It made our reunion planning and execution much easier to handle."
"I have been the co-chair of the reunion for many years and am just now coming across your site. I appreciate the time you have put into this and I am sure this will help our reunion to be very successful."
"Thank you all so much! Coming up on our reunion, I continue to get many compliments from class members on the website. If they only knew who the real guru's behind it are. I truly couldn't get by without you and we appreciate all that you do for us."
"I so appreciate Classreport.org and I extend my gratefulness for your efforts. Best regards and good wishes!"
"I am most appreciative of the Classreport.org site and your support, which far exceeds anything else out there. Many thanks for what you all have done. We are well on our way for our upcoming reunion!"
"I am so impressed with the Office portion of the website and the wonderful way the information here keeps us all connected. Thank you to the whole Classreport staff for following your dreams and making this possible for so many high school reunion groups to keep in touch. We are happy to support your cause with thankfulness and gratefulness for such a helpful tool. Thank you for all that you do!"
"I love your site. At my age it is hard putting names and faces together and your site makes it easier than the others. Keep up the good work."
"What a great website you have!! Our reunion was the best ever because of you and we expect many more at the next one due to the outstanding success of the site! Thx so much!!"
"This site has helped my class members and I connect with each other that otherwise would not have been possible. We are already starting to plan our next Reunion. Thank you for this website."
"Thank you for your response to my questions. I appreciate your very kind response and I am very happy with Classreport."
We DO NOT sell
advertising to support this site.
We DO NOT sell names and addresses to third parties. There are NO POP-UP
ads. There are no registration fees required for participation.
Please support this site with your voluntary contributions.
We cannot provide this service without your support. Thank You!
Read Our Story